Monday, January 12, 2009

Field Studies

We all know that zombies will become more frail over time, due to their bodies (very much slowed) decomposition. However, in these cold winter days might their bodies cease to decompose at all? To be sure, a frozen zombie is a less-threatening zombie, but how about days when the weather is just above freezing? Is a refrigerated zombie more inclined to be preserved to infect again?

I would say that more experimentation would need to be done; zombies in labs subjected to various field conditions, except that laboratory zombies is asking for a zombie outbreak. Even though a studied zombie may contribute to our cause, the risk for infection is too high. All it takes is one slip-up for the world to become overrun with the undead.

So with this in mind, I ask, please report any field results you may have found during the course of eliminating the undead menace. Surely, someone out there has encountered the undead and perhaps had a chance to observe them in various situations.

Meanwhile, we are being hit by yet another snow storm in the Midwest, so refrigerated zombies are not an issue for tonight.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Badwolf of the wolven eletes resistance group canadian...
zombies live for 18 years in ideal conditions of +2 Degrese celicus be warned this life span is doubled if the zombie is frozen.

8:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Badwolf-Paracidic zombies are elimanated at below freezing tempratures anything that can kill the host kills the mortus-incarnatus paracite

8:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Badwolf-currently working on bio weapons for canadian milatary the us has the bomb canada has the paracite dispersal unit.

8:17 AM  

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